INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGIES TO REDUCE THE NEGATIVE IMPACT OF CLIMATE CHANGE IN LEGUME CULTURES
The Complex project aims to develop innovative technologies to reduce the negative impact of climate change on some of the crops grown in the field (peppers, beans, onions). An interdisciplinary consortium consisting of: SCDL Buzau (CO)-Vegetable Development Research Station Buzau, National Institute for Research and Development for Machinery and Installations for Agriculture (INMA) (P1), National Research Development Institute for Textile and Leather-INCDTP (P2), National Research and Development Institute for Environmental Protection-INCDPM (P3), National Institute for Plant Protection Development Research-INCDPP (P4), Research and Development Institute for Industrialization and Marketing of Horticultural Products-HORTING (P5) and Vegetable Growing Research Station Bacau (P6).
The consortium's membership has been aimed at collaborating research teams through 4 interdisciplinary projects. These are: Project 1 (SCDL Buzău) Scientific substantiation regarding the technologies for maintenance and protection of vegetable crops in the context of current climate changes - LEGSTITEH; Project 2 (INCDTP Bucharest) Technology for the protection of vegetable crops in the manifestation of extreme weather phenomena, using interactive, modulated system-TEX4VEG; Project 3 (INMA Bucharest) Technology for ecological control of weeds in vegetable crops-COMBECO; Project 4 (INCDPP Bucharest) Eco-sustainable technology for preventing and reducing the aggressiveness of diseases and pests in vegetable crops-ECOLEG.
The complex project is part of the requirements for achieving an efficient agriculture, which will lead to the development of rural areas according to the field 1. Bioeconomy Intelligent specialization sub-domain 1.1.5. Sustainable development of crop production adapted to the impact of global climate change.